Gidra MagazineFeatured, Women-Owned
Gidra 2.0 was launched in December of 2019 with blessings from OG Gidra staff
While the original Gidra was mostly comprised of Japanese American and East Asian American contributors; Asian America has since become more diverse. Our new project seeks to reflect this. We are a multi-ethnic, multi-national group of Asian American activists in Los Angeles who are passionate about preserving the rich history and current experience of Asians in America. We tell the story of the Missing Piece Project, which remembers the Vietnam War as it still affects Vietnamese, Lao, Hmong, Cambodian and other SE Asian communities today. We hear from mixed Asians from Blasian Narratives at UCLA. And on this 50th Anniversary of Gidra, we’re collecting stories of Asian childhood from across the generations, from growing up Japanese in 1980s Leimert Park to growing up Japanese in 1940s internment camps.
If you know that you are passionate about our project and want a copy of our 2019 publication, it will help us a lot if you fill this out. Your order will help us accurately budget out the first run and your money will go to production costs for the magazine.
You can follow updates about us, including fundraiser announcements, primarily through the Revolutionario North African Tacos Facebook page. (https://www.facebook.com/revolutionarioL.AFood/)
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